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Tennessee Code Camps Offered During School Breaks

In the next 10 years there will be over 1.4 million new programming jobs, making it one of the fastest growing occupations. Tennessee students can learn to code during school breaks at the Youth Code Camps. The camps are offered across the state by the Tennessee Code Academy. Students, ages 12-18, can attend the weekly day-camps and learn HTML, PHP, design fundamentals, web application, gaming, and more. The camps provide students with valuable skills from expert mentors and programmers. At the end of the camp, the students will host parents for a ‘Demo Day’ where they will exhibit the skills they have learned. (Image From Kodable.com)

 

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